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Hudson Volcano is one of the most active volcanoes in the southernmost Southern Andean volcanic zone, characterized by an ice-filled caldera 10 km in diameter. Tephrochronological studies indicate records of explosive activity from the late Pleistocene to historical times. In fact, the last large eruption occurred in August 1991 and is considered to be one of the largest eruptions of the twentieth century. The volcano is located in a remote and roadless region of the Patagonian Andes, which means that numerical models play an important role in assessing volcanic hazards at Hudson. In particular, these models are used to identify...

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